CCNA Deep Dive Round 1 (Early 2020) – Discussion and Feedback
If you took any of the CCNA Deep Dive courses on O’Reilly, then you probably remember what this post is for. If not, you shouldn’t care! Regardless, this post is a place for anyone in the CCNA 200-301 Deep Dive courses on Safari to connect after the course, specifically for the first round of courses that happen between February 2020 and April 2020. Leave your comments here!
Course Content Discussion
If you have questions or comments about the technology in the course – go for it! Fire away, and I’ll keep an eye out. Up to you to pick a topic!
I’ll take any course feedback that you want to add here. But if you want a few ticklers for ideas of subjects to discuss, here are a few:
- Pace (too fast/slow/good)
- Lecture/Lab Mix(too much lecture, too much lab, good mix?)
- Lab exercises: challenge level? Clarity?
- Time in lab: too much, too little, just right?
CNA 200-301 Deep Dive Round 1
Also, for those who land here but don’t know…
CCNA 200-301 Deep Dive is the name of a series of Live courses I’m teaching in 2020 at O’Reilly (aka Safari Books Online). For these live courses, you could navigate to the Live Training page and search for my last name (Odom) to easily find all these. Or just use these handy links since you’re already here:
For reference, here’s the list of the first round of CCNA 200-301 Deep Dive courses.
- Feb 13th – Cisco CLI and Packet Tracer Basics
- Feb 20th – LAN Switching, VLANs, and Trunking
- Feb 27th – Rapid Spanning Tree and EtherChannel
- March 4th – IPv4 Addressing and Static Routing
- March 11th – OSPF Concepts and Configuration
- March 25th – DHCP, DHCP Snooping, and DAI
- March 31st – NAT and NTP
- April 7th – Controller-Based Networking, JSON, and REST